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Breakthroughs in the treatment of pain and traumatic brain injury, pioneering techniques in brain stimulation for epilepsy and stroke patients and the latest information about the use of robots in neurosurgery are among the highlights of the 54th annual meeting of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. The conference will feature dozens of seminars and courses led by world leaders in neurosurgery on everything from the diagnosis and treatment of central nervous system tumors to ethical issues facing neurosurgeons who must decide whether to withdraw care from patients with severe brain injuries. The meeting will be held jointly with the Italian Society of Neurosurgeons at the Moscone West Convention Center, Oct. 16-21.

Stephen F. Traynelis, Associate Professor of Pharmacology at Emory University, will present the Special Scientific Lecture on the role of neurotransmitters in cellular communication in the central nervous system. Neurosurgical Honored Guest, Arnold H. Menezes, MD, pediatric neurological surgeon and professor of neurological surgery at the Universtiy of Iowa, will offer insights into the state of pediatric, spinal and skull base neurosurgery. Other featured speakers include Mikhail Gorbachev, former Soviet President and Nobel Laureate, and Burt Rutan, designer of the legendary Voyager, the first aircraft to circle the world non-stop without refueling. Rutan will deliver the Special Lecture on Creativity and Innovation.

"The Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting grows in breadth and depth every year and the 54th annual meeting will continue this proud tradition," says Vincent C. Traynelis, M.D., President of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Iowa and a recognized spine and skull base surgeon. "The meeting theme, Bridges to the Future, embodies the desire to improve our specialty scientifically, promotes the concept of a world community and gives proper reference to the
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